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From: "Linda Merle" <>
Subject: [Sc-Ir] Some more from Antrim/Ballymoney/Coleraine
Date: Mon, 1 Mar 2004 08:44:58 -0800


Dear folks,

Here's some items from LDS (www.familysearch.org):

Armour's meeting house : the first hundred years Snodgrass, Len
The Presbyterian Church in Ireland : congregation of First Ballymoney, bicentenary of church building, 1777-1977 First Ballymoney Presbyterian Church (Antrim, Ireland)

A Short history of the Presbyterian churches of Ballymoney, County Antrim Dill, A. H FHL BRITISH Film 1363861

St. James's Presbyterian Church, Ballymoney : the first 150 years, 1834-1984 St. James's Presbyterian Church (Ballymoney, Antrim)

St. Patrick's Church, Ballymoney, 1782-1982 Church of Ireland. St. Patrick's Church (Ballymoney)

Register of baptisms, births, marriages and burials in the parish of Ballymoney, County Antrim, 1807-1898 copied by Z. Mettam
Notes Typescript. Filmed with: Church records, 1806-1841 / First Presbyterian Church of Donegore. Contents: Baptisms 1807-1898 [births 1807-1825, 1876-1898] -- marriages 1807-1845 -- burials 1807-1885.
Ballymoney is a parish partly in the liberties of Coleraine, County Londonderry, but chiefly in County Antrim.

Parish register printouts of Ballymoney, Antrim, Ireland, christenings, 1807-1875 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Genealogical Society Parish register printouts of Ballymoney, Antrim, Ireland, marriages, 1805-1845 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Genealogical Department [Easier reading!]

Records of the Court Leet : manor of Dunluce, County Antrim, held in Ballymoney, 1798 to 1847 edited by James B. Hamilton

Ballymoney : sources for local history FHL BRITISH Film 990232 Item 3
[The book I mentioned yesterday]

Register of Ballymoney National School, 1856-1899

Workhouse Registers [very useful -- mid 1800s and later. Many doctors, officials, etc are named besides paupers]

Muster rolls of Co. Cavan, Co. Antrim, and Co. Donegal
Church of Ireland. Parish Church of Coleraine. Manuscript is at the Armagh County Museum, Armagh. 1279327 Item 6

Antrim families : will pedigrees, Vol. II Microfilm copy of original manuscript (345 p.) at the Genealogical Department, Dublin, Ireland.
Filmed with Grants of denization to settlers from Scotland.Includes index to pedigrees (p. 354) and index to alliances.Pedigrees for families with surnames A-D primarily.I_n_ Manuscripts in the Genealogical Office of Ireland.00113 Item 3

McKay - Patton - Paul genealogical data, 1767-1942 : extracts from birth, marriage, death records of various localities in Antrim County, Ireland [collected by a researcher from the Clough Presbyterian Church for Nancy Hill] Includes Bradshaw, Kenny, McBride and related families.
Extracts from parish registers and county records, 1767-1942, for McKay - Patton - Paul births, marriages, and deaths from various localities in Antrim County, Ireland. The extracts were chiefly from (1) the Clough Presbytewrian Church, (2) the Ballymena Council Office; (3) various towns in the Broughshane area, etc. 441063 Item 23

Miscellaneous family and genealogical notes Thompson, D'Arcy Wentworth, SirTranscript is at the Armagh County Museum, Armagh.Contents: Henry family of Ulster -- Palmer family of Brisbane, Australia -- Wentworth family of New South Wales -- Von Stieglitz family of Co. Tyrone -- American passenger lists from Gordon's Newry chronicle -- Smith family of Co. Armagh -- Burleigh family of Co. Armagh -- Hollingsworth family of Co. Armagh -- Gill family of Co. Cavan -- Brownlow family of Co. Antrim -- McAlindon family of Co. Armagh -- Woodhouse family of Co. Armagh -- Woolsey family of Co. Down -- Whaley family of Co. Armagh -- Co. Armagh tradesmens tokens -- Thompson, Taylor and Hart entries in Lisburn Cathedral registers -- Milltown's interesting links with the late Sir Robert Hart -- Local linen notes from files of the Belfast news letter -- Notes from Reference to the plan of Armagh -- Anderson family of Co. Armagh -- McBride family of Co. Armagh -- Williamson family of England -!
- Peebles family of Co. Armagh -- Hill family of Co. Down -- Trevor family of Co. Down -- Notes re Belvoir park -- Sir D'Arcy Thompson -- Greer family of the North of England. 1279327 Item 18

Linda Merle



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